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Cultural Shift #4 – Beginning with Vision by Linda Stout

Published on July 28, 2013.

I just wrote my new 15 year vision.  I had created a 13 year vision back in 2007 for the year 2020.  But, now I need a new one because almost everything in that vision has been accomplished.  My new vision begins with “it is July 2028 and I am 75 years old.”  I went […]


Being a leader, starting with ME – Making a Cultural Shift

Published on June 27, 2013.

How do we embrace the challenges that we face today as well as tomorrow’s promises? To do this we must lead with hope and optimism, with vision. If we really want to create change in the world, it begins with “me” — with [insert your name]. We are all leaders although some may be playing […]


Monthly Series on Cultural Shift #2 by Linda Stout

Published on May 24, 2013.

In my first blog about creating cultural shifts, I was adamant about the possibility and the necessity to work toward a cultural shift and my belief it can be done. This includes a cultural shift within ourselves, our organizations, and ultimately our society. In this article, I want to talk about how difficult this work […]


Monthly Series on Cultural Shift by Linda Stout

Published on April 24, 2013.

As I write this morning, I’m struck by the contradictions in our lives.  I look out at the beautiful Cherry and Red Bud trees in full bloom and celebrate with joy the coming Spring.  I look at the news and feel overwhelmed with images of bombs, guns, people hurting, and the ongoing onslaught of violence […]


Our Theory of Transformation – A Short Video

Published on December 21, 2012.

On the Winter Solstice, we welcome the longest night of the year as an opportunity to dream big and ignite the spark of collective action. While we cannot predict the future, we can shape it.  We can choose now to build the world we want to live in and leave for future generations.  We can […]


Leading with Love – by Linda Stout

Published on February 23, 2012.

The Spirit in Action team has been thinking a lot about love lately – what role does love play in our work together and our work with others?  Recently, I spoke at Georgia Southern University at a conference, and on the way from the airport in Savannah had a conversation with my taxi driver, Tim.  […]


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